While our winter training season is just kicking off, and still has space available for several more athletes, we are also making the Spring registration available. In addition, we are excited to announce an Individualized Training Option for scholastic athletes who would like some additional guidance and coaching this winter.
Winter Training Program
- 4 days a week in person, 2 virtual workouts
- Open Women: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday 6am-8am.
- Juniors: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 4pm-6pm.
- Workout plans in 2-Week sprints delivered to athletes
- Training emails weekly – nutrition, healthy lifestyle, stretching, athleticism
- $300 for season.
Individualized Training Option
- Supplements High School Scholastic Program
- Customized training plan, coordinated with athlete goals and scholastic training
- Video creation & review
- Help navigating college applications and recruiting
- $150 for season.
Spring Training Season
This Spring, starting March 15th, we will run competitive training teams for men and women Juniors and Opens. This is an opportunity to train hard, and have fun while prepping for the very competitive Summer season.
On the Juniors side, we’ll focus on both technique and strength, rowing 5-6 days a week and continuing the progress made during winter training to ensure high school athletes are progressing towards a competitive 2K score, and are well positioned for college recruiting if that is a personal goal. TBC Racing has the luxury of time in the Spring, without the demands of a scholastic racing season we can approach the training in a fun, individualized way, rowing in a variety of boats, taking time to coach each athlete to their strengths, weaknesses and goals.
For the adults on the Open side, we will similarly focus on strength and fitness in a relaxed environment. Our goal is to have a cohort for every experience and competitive level within this program. Whether you haven’t rowed in years or are looking to train at the highest level, or both, this group has others in the “same boat”.